We Had Chemistry

You know, The butterflies in the stomach Heart beating fast in panic Tongue tied lost for words Eyes locked and souls immersed Kind of chemistry But see, I’m not a fighter, that’s my curse I’m more of a lover, that’s the worst Not any kind of lover…let me depict The kind that’s a hopeless romantic […]

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